Updated on August 5th, 2021
A South Carolina 14-day notice to quit can be delivered to a tenant by a landlord should the tenant fail to comply with a provision in the lease agreement. The notice will communicate in no uncertain terms that the tenant has fourteen (14) days to remedy the breach or they will be forced to vacate the property. Should the tenant fail to vacate the property following the notice period, the landlord may choose to recover their property through an eviction lawsuit. However, should the tenant remedy the breach or commence doing so, and it appears that the breach will be remedied within a reasonable period of time, the rental agreement will not terminate.
Laws – § 27-40-770(b)